In 2005, looking to capture the shared moments of the post–September 11 downtown scene, Agathe Snow planned and filmed a dance party with her friends and fellow artists in a loft on dusty Ann Street in Lower Manhattan. This footage has been made into a 24-hour film, Stamina, revealing never-before-seen material celebrating the resilience of underground culture. This year, the entire film was screened in the rotunda of the Guggenheim Museum in New York, accompanied by live music by Donald Cumming, QTY, TV Baby, Onyx Collective, I.U.D. (Lizzi Bougatsos and Spencer Sweeney), and Wade and Friends, along with music selected by DJs Eric Duncan and Ben Ruhe.
Untitled, radio. presents fragments of the Stamina soundtrack and live recordings from this unique event at the Guggenheim. Today we present music by ">Wade and Friends.
Agathe Snow has work on view at Untitled with Eric Firestone Gallery (Booth C6).